Python continues to grow in popularity among traders, data scientists and hedge funds. Our engaging Traders’ Academy course helps quants learn how to code financial functions in Python and build their trading algorithms.
Moreover, the instructors engage the audience in practice coding with the sample file
Program.py. The program contains key information on how to request contract details and place orders.
from ContractSamples import ContractSamples
from OrderSamples import OrderSamples
from AvailableAlgoParams import AvailableAlgoParams
from ScannerSubscriptionSamples import ScannerSubscriptionSamples
from FaAllocationSamples import FaAllocationSamples
Finish the lesson by writing a simple “Hello World” example, which sends a call to TWS and obtains financial instrument details.
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